Trivium purchased an airplane hangar in 2020 to use as a a headquarters for the band, a location for rehearsal and livestreams, and for storage of their equipment. The band has clearly been hard at work making the hangar what they want it to be, as is evidenced by a recent handful of photos posted by Trivium guitarist and vocalist Matt Heafy. Unsurprisingly, it looks cool as hell.
"The hangar we're getting is huge," said Heafy in 2020 about the hangar. "And the first step, we'll build in and enclose in a section of it where we're able to rehearse in there, and it's an all-in-one spot. And then well gradually build downwards, build a recording studio below that, and then we'll build outwards. And I imagine it would take three to five years of building that most outwards section of the hangar where the airplane would fit, we'd make it look like that Full Sail show.
"So we'd eventually have it fully equipped. And then hopefully things keep progressing, even despite whatever the fates might be throwing at us that we can turn it into where there's full cameras set up, there's full soundboard, everything is ready to go, so if we wanna do the full event, we can do the full event from there and it's ready to go."